Generally, there are not user replaceable fuses in any recent laptop. There may be an occasional odd older model that had some type of fuse, but I have not seen one in several years, as in at least 10 years.
Laptop doesn't contain any sort of fuse, an automatic circuit is placed in some laptops for avoiding circuit shorts which breaks the circuits for a while.
Fuses are now considered old technology, now relays are used which simply trip if there is fluctuation in electricity or circuit is not getting proper voltage.
These automatic circuits are introduced to keep away laptop from any big loss.
Ha ha .. Fuse are of primal age. Sorry there are no fuses in laptops
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